Police are looking for the driver, who was in a white Toyota Camry.
It’s Spider Season, Chicago: As Weather Cools, Spiders Get Their Feast On (Which Is Actually A Good Thing)
No, spiders aren't going to colonize your house — though it may seem that way at the moment.
Despite City’s ‘Rush To Judgment’ On Lincoln Yards, Judge Says Lawsuit To Block Tax Subsidy Might Not Fly
The city is trying to get a lawsuit aiming to stop $1.3 billion in tax dollars from going to the Lincoln Yards project dismissed. A judge could rule on it next week.
Drivers could run into lane closures on Lake Shore Drive at night and in the early morning as barriers are installed.
Open House Chicago Returning With Dozens Of New Sites To Explore, Including Second City, Copernicus Center
Open House Chicago will run Oct. 19-20 this year and is free.
Residential development will remain forbidden throughout the mostly industrial district under new zoning.
Regardless of the outcome of the lawsuit, organizers hope the city will seek a "serious, systemic reform" of TIFs.
Chicago's iconic popcorn shop is celebrating its anniversary with discounted bags.
The fest will have work from more than 90 artists.
The Board of Election Commissioners is sending out voter cards to more than 1.5 million people across Chicago.